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Nonlinear optical effects in electrets of polymers and sol-gel processed glass: polymer composites

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Prasad, P.N. ; Dept. of Chem., State Univ. of New York, Buffalo, NY, USA

In this review, a brief background is presented on photonics and nonlinear optical processes, the latter providing many of the operational functions for the photonics technology. Nonlinear-optical processes in polymeric electrets are discussed along with the structural requirements. New developments using sol-gel processed electrets of inorganic glass:polymer composites for nonlinear optics are discussed. Femtosecond Kerr optical gate studies in the composite films have been successfully completed. Also, results are presented on novel polymeric photorefractive materials

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Electrets, 1991. (ISE 7) Proceedings., 7th International Symposium on (Cat. No.91CH3029-6)

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25-27 Sep 1991

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